These past weeks we’ve been witnessing a ****-storm of leaked benchmarks. AMD Ryzen 9 3950X, Intel 10nm Ice Lake, Comet Lake and so on. This time we’ve got the Geekbench OpenCL score of a budget chip, the AMD Ryzen 5 3400G (Picasso). Not to be mistaken with the recently released Zen 2 based Ryzen 3000 processors, these APUs leverage the 12nm Zen+ architecture and paired with a Vega GPU make for a decent AIO system.
Here, we have the OpenCL score of the Vega 11 GPU that comes on the same die as the four Zen+ cores that together make up the 3400G. It scores a rather impressive 45,955. For context, this is higher than what NVIDIA’s Pascal based MX250 achieves in the same test. This should be a decent chip if you are looking to build an office PC or a computer for your young ones without spending too much. Here’s the entire Geekbench chart:
In case you haven’t already noticed, this is almost on par with the GeForce GTX 590, a GPU that was the fastest in its league 5-6 years ago. We certainly have come a long way. The Ryzen 3 3200G packing four cores and the Vega GPU 8 doesn’t feature SMT like its sibling, limiting the thread count to 4. Regardless, for an entry-level system for meant for 1080p 30FPS gaming and other multi-media, it should do just fine.